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No. OVER The Interior Journal 31 - , Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 17, 1917 Tuesdays and Fridays WITH THE CHURCHES. LANCASTER INTERSTESTING FAIR MEETING IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES LATEST WAR NEWS Stcinhcrgcn, of Middle- - I Prayer meeting nt 7:30 nt the The fiscnl court of Mercer county fnir meeting wns An Interesting The French troops in the Depart.. I I 1MMA1.. Baptist church Wednesday evening. held In the Knights of Pythias hall ' ordered n blg"1lng for the Hnrrods- - ments of the Aisnc and the Marno ()., Is visiting here. I'rnycr meeting ,u went to his room nt Ollvn Hill nml Itown, Acton, of Dnyton, O., was church Wednesday nt the Christian Snturdny nftcrnoon. A considerable linri' rniirt-hoils- n Parks, n greatly be- hnve delivered n violent infantry evening nt 7:30 number of the stockholders, ns well his fnther, Dr. J. M. Acton. hokod himself to death. Mrs. George ngainst the Germans over n woman of tho southeastern front of twenty-fiv- e Fnrmora In tho Northwest have Mrn. U, I). Simpson was In I.cxing o clock ns nenrly nil of the directors nnd off- loved miles, Owing to the illness of his fnther icers were present. 'Severn! commit- portion of Madison county, is dead. Important gains of terrain, nnd made emonded nntrioticnllv to President ton visiting her son. Mr. llonrv C. nnd capMr. J. II. Pruitt, Dr. W. D. tees were appointed, the most impor "Wilson's nppcnl for incronsod pro- - Simpson. Considerable land is being leased tured more thnn 10,000 prisonenrnnd - tant nf which wns thnt nn soorinl for oil nnd gns in Pulaski nnd from largo quantities of wnr material. The Mr. Alfred ureni, or Lexngton, neiuurn urn noi prencn ui mo iuetnuctlon nrul nre pinnting bigger wan visiting her minor, tnc lion, k. ouisi cnurcn auiiimy. crops, premiums. The gentlemen composing' 50 cents to $2 per acre is being pnid. battle took place between Soissons A unnnimous cnll tins been issued this committee In n statement II. Tomllnson. Secretnry McAiloo nre Col. Samuel T.l Union College nt Ilnrbourville is nnd Rhcims, nnd over n distance of Mr. Ilriscoc Conn, of Danville, ly the Congregation of tho I'nris Harris. Jack L. Ilcazlcy, G. II. Mas to have n $25,000 gymnasium. A eighteen nnd one-hnSsued Saturday declnred thnt In his1 miles. From minion tho wnr tax to he iilnced on wns visiting his imrcnts. Mr. and I'rcsltyterinn church, to the Rev. John tors, Senator It. L. Hubble, J. C. Cincinnati party donated $5,000 to- Soissons to Craonne the entire Gerllitlllcd spirits by Congress would be Mrs. J. H. Conn. lJ. Rice, of Nicholnsvillc. first-lin- e Buhanks, S. M. Saufley, J. C. Bailey ward it. man positions fell Into the Presbyterian Church Mid week and II. It. Saufley. These gentlemen Mr. O. I'. Terrlll, who holds n posl. Junior Riley, n negro mute, wns hands of Gen. Niville's forces, while retroactive. t.eonre Eastman, head of.tho Bast- - tlon in Akron. ().. is home for n short service Wednesday evening nt 7:30 were empowered to ndd others to the struck by nn L. & N. train nnd knock- cast, oi n second-lin- e Gero'clock. Subject: Snbbnth Blessings, committee to help them In their work, ed 30 ycards. He was picked-umore man position south of Juvincourt nnd man Kodak Company hns nnnounced visit to his fnmlly. Mrs. David Pnrks, of Oklahoma Teachers' Class nt 8:15. his Intentions of subscribing $2,500, Messrs. It. II. Bronnugh, of Crab Or- dead thnn alive. nnothcr position on the outskirts of loOO to the proponed Government loan City, Okla., was Kentucky Ncsleynn College nt chard, nnd Homer C. Wrny, of Danvisiting nor nunt, Wesley Frost, of Keren, now U. S. Bcrmericourt running along the v indicator win Do remodeled to tho ville, were added to the list of y Jiof $5,000,000,000. consul nt Queenstown, wns promoted Aisne Canal to Loivre nnd Courcy Sirs. b II. Henry. ' T)i.nM.Hntnli.iM u T.ihn W f.nnt.lnv , ... 7 to class 0 in the service nlso were captured. Violent counter and a dormitory Mr. John Crutchlleld, of Lcxing - extent of $10,000 Ml J. Carrol from class ft.vj I.VU ill I' . ............ it.n. IIU wi.. nn..la. .nj ton, was guest of bis stepmother, for girls to costs $18,000 will bo Bailey stated that the Incorporation at a salary of $3,500 annually. nttneks delivered by the Germans on "III wi'l'weu nlltf IMIIIIlUUIlll'S IIIUl. ' num. News comes thnt oil has been found several sectors were repulsed with conscription mcusures In the Army Mrs. M. II. (Jrutcnlle-lilpapers of the Lincoln County Fnir Bid. J. G. Livingston will preach nt Association had been forwarded to on the Cummins fnrm in Rockcastle. heavy casualties to the attackers. Mrs. W. A. Arnold, who visited 711 mid will Insist upon reliance on her brother, It. P. Gregory, lias re Mt. Zion church nt 11 o'clock next the Secretary of State nt Frankfort, The well is estimated at 50 barrels. ithe volunteer system. Up to the time that the rainstorms Friedman, heller & io rnuuenn turned to lier home in Winchester. bundny morning. A full attendance nnd the committee of which Mr. IJni-le- y It wns drilled by the Rockcastle Oil begnn Monday nftcrnoon the British Mrs. It. P. Gregory, who spent the. of the church membership is urged whisky merchants, hnve offered to hnil captured from the Germnns the wns chnlrmnn, wns discharged. & Gns Co. Kev. McDcarmid, president N. C, has re of Although the fair Is several months Thero nre 57 candidates for tho village of Villeret. pay their employees nan oi tncir winter at Asheville, Har-- . Lexington, gave otr considerable interest in the exhib- various county offices in Knox, 13 of gicourt and eightsoutheast of St. they turned very much improved in health. ' Homilton College, urescnt salaries in tho event miles from Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hughes, of Lou - the congregation of the Christian ition Is being aroused and everything whom nre for jailer. Rockcastle coun- Qucntin, nnd nlso had made additionfvill enlist for the war. Americans In Germany nre not to Isville. who visited Mr. Hughes' sis - church nnothcr of those good ser- to the biggest nnd best fnir ty has 10 candidates for jailer nnd al progress northwest of Lens. Dur.ta interned but will be treated in tho ter, Mrs. M. II. Nolan, have returned mons Sunday morning. There were Eoints county hns had in n long several for every other office. ing the week that the British offensno services nt night B. L. Cooper, of Nicholnsville, has ive has been going on Field Marshal Jr.nic way that President Wilson has home. time. The next meeting of the direcHy uanimous vote, the Mr. Allen Johnson, who wns cr.lled j Announced Germuns living in thu tors will be held nt 3 o'clock Satur- bought 21 lots in Ferguson, the sub- Sir Douglas Haig's forces have made Toledo. O.. on nccount of the tion of the Broadway Christian day afternoon, May 12th. urb to the South of Somerset, nnd prisoners of 14,000 Germans and illnlted States will fare. will run n chicken farm. He will raise enptured 104 guns nnd large quantiThe 2,000 or moro blind persons death of his aunt. Miss Tina John- - church, Lexington, at its meeting organ- son. hns returned home. .Sunday decided to proceed without the White Leghorns exclusively. if Kentucky have formed nn ties of war stores. BIG AUCTION SALE MAY 2 Mrs. W. 11. Mason, who visited further delay with the erection of Mrs. Ernest Cook is dead at Danisation and will anneal to the General The Germans, with very largo Messrs. R. J. nnd U. P. Snndlin, of ville, aged 32. She had been ill for pension bill her daughters, Mrs. V. F. Ix)gan, of its new house of worship, to be built Assembly to pass e blind forces, on Sunday attacked the Britof Wilkes-IlorrPa., and Mrs. N. II. nt a cost of approximately $100,000, the First National Auction Co., big some time. Deceased, who was Miss ish along the Bapaumc-CambrIIS liar lo wie one in iurcu in vmu. road Nancy most Falconer, of Philadelphia, Pa., has at the southwest corner of Broadway Smithficld, N. C, will put on n one of Dr. Lorin Stucky, professor of n front of Wednesday, popular Nevius, was Danville the her overdesperately, six miles, and fightnnd Second streets on the site of the auction snle here on women of and nnd economic nt the Univer-it- y returned home. ing succeeded in gainedifice destroyed by fire In February, May 2nd, nhout which they will tell death has cast a pall over that town. ing a foothold in the village of of lowii, hns been elected presi- in subsequent issues of this paper. Judge Charles A. Hardin, of I'Jlu. of Savre College, the oldest which HIS .SERVICES lies southwest of OFFERS gentlemen have taken charge of had a narrow escape from Qucant, a position of great stratetl'resbytcrlnn Institution In the South. .A. meeting of the supenntendonts The B. T. Pence, Sr., farm on Cut-of- T Col. W. P. Walton, widely known the ot ' various injury while cranking his car at Dan- gic importance in the white of this city, .' Alter hnving been csirnngeo irom ournalist Congressman has written ai" ,ln--colored, in bun day rchooH, hcid nt pike, nnd will subdivide it nnd ville. The machine lunged forward Everywhere else along German line. StanfoH wns tliis brother, John I). Rockefeller tor ettcr to J. Campbell I" the British Rockefeller, f'nniriii tnn.inri.w. hi. nW tn th the Iinptist church Suflduy afternoon sell smnll farms to the highest nnd smashing itself ngainst n tree. The front the Germans were repulsed, ac.ilghtecn yenrs. Frank apartments country in the wnr crisis. Colonel I The object was to prupaiu for the best bidders on the nbovc date. The judge barely escnped being cnught in cording to the official report from J f2 yenrs old, died. at bis Cleveland hotel from n stroke of Walton, while possessing the patriot - , tak"JK ot a census of nil children of Pence fnrm, It will beorremembered, the impact. Field Mnrshal Sir Douglas Haig, and four years and to devise was sold some three Prof. S. J. Pullinm, formerly n pro- their success at Lagnicourt was not ism mill the llerv trnllantrv of the Old i Sunday School j larolysis. ago by Mr. Pence Prohibitionists In Congress are at- - South, does not desire a military plans to get them to attend Sunday James II. Wright, to his sold it last fessor in Georgetown College and for for long, as a powerful British counter-who the last four yearsMcting Professor attack X ompting to stop the distillation of commission, being handicapped by a bchool. Various committees were apdrove them out. Three fall to Frank Martin, who rram during me war ns n p;irv oi crippled leg resulting from n fall pointed arid a strenuo.is effort will be place, The farm can be cutlives on the of Lntin nt tho UBivcrsity of Ala- hundred Germans were made prisoninto smnll bama, hns ncccpfed the chair of ers and 1,500 Germans 1 plans, while Ket every child in nml consen-atiofood '": ! several years ago which would pre- - i mne dead were lillem of the nation promise increased rlmln nptivitv nn ihn flrim. linn, but nround bUinford to nttend some fnrms nnd n number of desirable Greek nnd Lntin nt Howard College counted in front of the British posium,y School each Sunday morning places enn be made out of it. nt Birmingham, Ala. Georgetown tions. "While unofficial reports say axes on spirits and n lurtniimcni oi he believes thnt he can he of Ren-ic. May G I noi.ufacture. Times. I... miMnn.ni in ,m,. nt it. tir... The first Sunday in May British patrols entered the town of WAR PRICES ARE ON I nnd V of St. nnr...lni. Ben nnd Anderson GrnU. Lens, the hrnnrhi.s n n b.n.irtment com'. " I" " " ILcad- - is desired thnt all previous records Wnr prices gM higherIn Stnnford HOLTZCLAW MAKES DEAL municationnight British officialBritish Howard GraU, the pio- - (lead or assistant. tire on ,ouls, sons of Lexington merely says the nnd higher k. .....r in attendance In bUttfnnl De broken nnd they will nf the KelltUCKV liaZClle. er, of now are approaching the outskirts of J. Sam Holtzclaw, that day. Help break tho record. If ns the (lays go by. Flour is retniling Holtzclaw Bros., whoofJhfirm tho the town, having captured German .pxini'tnn. have offered n reward of Invented sack; meal wonderful power hemp brake, told defenses from Riaumont Wood to you have no children tJ take to Sun- nt $1.85 for n 5,00( to the enptnin nnd crew of the f. HORSE SHOW AT DANVILLE day School go yourself and take is correspondingly high; country ba- the I. J. Monday that he had closed a the eastern corner of Cite St. Pierre, . .... w ...,Annnnn mnrrhnnf ahlfl ill lliS .i .ink ..ill . Mondny was the annual horse show somebody else's child. be bought for less than con ov n btistile submarine. at Danville. As usual Lincoln was well I The Missionary nnd Educational 25c, cannot sugar is soaiing. A mer- deal with the International Harves- and nlso east of Lievin. More thnn $2,000,000 wns pledged represented. The bill authorizing the issue of J. Carrol Bailey had Institute nt the Baptist church came chant while the writer this morning ter Co., for the shop rights and use e told v Jews of nnllon-wniprominence his good Rowland" Penvine on hand of their invention. This means that $7,000,000,000 of bonds and certifi to an end Sunday night. Dr. M. B. that he is confident that sugar will the International Han-este- r $10,000,1100 nnd Stewart wnrd the proposed Co., can finance the United Snndidgc showed his a.i..mu r n. .....n -:. i.. r..i be selling ns high as 20 cents per make and use the machine but that cates intothe war and to afford States'vui-Oof Jewish war fine Lincoln Chief. Robert It, F .njiiiiin, . u ml for the relief part a $3., ,,1.1.. ui r.ll Ui viiHK New showed before the middle of next others to whom the Messrs. Holtz 000.000.000 loan to the Entente Al .u in, ilia ., ....... round j ,v,v, n dinner given in ..i.n unuifiu ulTrnrs nt his nmhogony bay, Wilton "ork Citv by Jncob II. bchitr. in non-- r dale, nnd W. II. Burton his harness merit Friday nfternoor. nnd evening month. claw may want to sell to will have lies was adonted unanimously bv the of Julius ltosetiwnld, of Chicago, stallion, Bleucher. Several Boyle I but sent n most excellent substitute the same right. The Holtzclaws aro to House of Kopresentatives at Washnil Henry Morgonthau, former am- - county horses were exhibited, The in the person of Prof. Rngland, who WHY CONSTIPATION INJURES receive $1,500 cash, one of the ma- ington Saturday. The measure had i holds nnd Greek the cairs of Biin(lor to Turkey. natural sewer- chines and close to $20,000 in guar- been described as the greatest auwas not up to the average, The bowels to number iiinlitv of the lot wns fine. in Georgetown l ollege. His talks age system ofare the In letter "TTifn.l. ie Koosevelt the body. When they anteed roynlties, in the event the thorization for bonds ever contained hut the intensely interesting. On Satur- become s.ic hinrmen oi we i ongrewmnni J. 1'. Watch & Co. had nn hand nnd were evening and Sunday morning obstructed by constipation a company sells any mnchhnrsrlt Is now In "a bill submitted to any legislative their machine will do body in the world. certain part of the poisonous fcf'"i,r Al,tt,.V.?mra"l.".J,r"' - .x!iilltetl. Worth 56IU3. The decrip day K. O. Bryan, Rev. here, they should carry off is mnttcr which the workthat the young men showed rum,. ,. ,i,:. rtni. f.,aw In a personal appeal addressed to and .yiHlorsra me rtaminuirauo i absorbed into Ailed the pulpit, delivering two strong .i . .progrum, but unred i ... , ... ,,!- " r..- -l '. lnr.rv wn-if- f .! their judgment in not selling the ex.1..1I i.l his fellow countrymen, President me system, 1, ,. nnn.sitv of onmnmin il force of ,"' ... '"" in Friday's Interior sermons on missions. Rev. Bryan was stupid, and hihkitu; yuu with uuu imi clusive right for the manufacture Wilson calls upon every American interfering the dicalled away nnd Dr Early filled his gestion and assimilation of food. This and sale of it. For the present the citizen man, woman and child to to take their placi-- s on the Alunteers " CtA ....- I ..;.. plnce at the Sunday night service, condition is quickly relieved by Messrs. Holtzclaw will look ufter the join together to make the nation a AGED MRS. DEAD osewlt would raise and command, THE Sophronin Fox. FOX aged mo. preaching one of his best sermons Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable sale of the mnchine and parties want- unit for the preservation of its ideals Mrs. the since his pnstnmte begun here. The t ijiviston OI mis lorce. ing to know about the price, etc., and for triumph of democracy in tho everywhere. C. Mrs. of this world war. Putting the navy on a war titrol of, publicity in connection 'her of died ntJefse home Fox. DnnvilL institute was an exceedingly interest- should write them at Stanford. in county, her inK. nm enjoyable one, notwithstnnd- footing and raising n great army are the Government war activities Lit DUNN BADLY SCALDED Sat-- 1 w''k. "tfed 83. She had made l.er jnK the fact that the attendance was MRS. D. WOMAN'S CLUB MINSTREL the simplest parts of the great task is plarrd hv President Wilson W. Dunn, wife of the InMrs. t large nt nny of the services. ilnv in the bunds of a committee of home with another son. Mr. Monte The Woman's Club hns n treat in ahead, the President declares, nnd he Hustonville corresin Lincoln. Mrs. Those who missed the talks nre cer terior Journal's iWic information whose task it will Fox, also when n urges nil tho people with particular the people safeguard secrets of value to Fox was nn exceedingly fine old lady tainly the losers. Dr. M. D. Early, the pondent, met with a serious accident store for performance tonight, be given emphasis upon his words to the farlo will nn She Sunday here and JUvnicmy and nt tho same time to and her friends close of herclfwhere pastor, is deserving of thanks for old paint morning. on thehad placed hent minstrel its auspices. mers, to concentrate their energies, stove to bucket Jj thnt nil nITairs of the nntion nre regret that the reached. The splendid bringing to his church such nn nblc some water, nnd had pressed the top nt the opera house under makers nnd practice economy, prove unselfishSome of the best fun romnhs lot of speakers. A good feature of life has been i laid before the public. The commit were laid ness nndi demonstrate efficiency. on it. When the water singers in town will take part and a rest in Be'.Jevuo Cemework of Mrs. Mobs in Buenos Aires, demanding tie; Will be composed of becretnrv tery after toappropriate remarks by the institute was the Mrs. B. L. Rein-har- t, down tighttop wns blown off. the hot great show is promised. Tho followboiled the iinslng, Daniels and Baker with Drs. B. M. Green, of the Presbyterian Olive Scott, cister of wnr with Germany, attacked the Gerthe jolly end men organ. Besides playing wnter flying in her face and on her ing composeyou laugh nnd grow who man legation and consulate as well as at the Ororgc Creel as civilian ncna. fat. and Horace Kingsbury, of the Chris- for the choir, she gave each evening hands and nrms. fenrfully scalding will make two German newspapers. Marine hear tou should see tian churces, of Danville. an organ selection which was n real her. Her sufferings were intense for Interlocutor.sin-- 0 andgCyiios them, and forces of Brazil nre taking possession Ilicm hhhhmz DON'T TAKE a while. treat. of course you will: Albert Phillips, of the German merchant vessels in 3: 'CHANCES IF CHILD'S BACK TO OLD KENTUCKY Maurice Cottenginn, Sam Hill, Pnt terned in Brazilian ports. TONGUE IS COATED TRAIN HITS AUTO Shelton M. Saufley, former editor MARRIAGES The Wnr Department reversed a Joseph Burnable, circuit court Tanner. Maurice Tucker. Will Yager. previous ruling nnd nnnounced thnt of the Interior Journal, at Stanford, Jesse B, Bell, of Louisville, nnd clerk of Garrard county, Edwnrd John Woner, Harry Carter, Ed Bilious, was In town yesterday. He has just Sick, IfCroii, Feveruh, existing law, States have returned from a month's stay in the Mrs. Corn Wesley Bell, of Casey Dougherty and E. Perkins, nil of Brady, Carl Carter, Prescott Brown, under to organize new unites of tho .Clean Little Liver And right the West nnd came over as soon as he re- county, were made one in the Fnlls Lnncnster, barely escaped serious in- Howard Newland, Ed Tanner, Ed N'ationnl Guard. Bowrli This opens f5 turned to see how his friend, M, J. City. jury this morning when the nutomo-bil- e Ballard, Coe Moser. and Will Grimes. to expansion of the existing the door force of Mike Seiler obtained licenso from Menefec. Jr.. Interlocutor, in which they were riding was J. N. laxative todoy shvijs n sick child Farris, Jr., is running for sheriff in to 125,000 to wed jrrSw. Children simply will not Boyle. Mr. Situ Hoy and Mr. Farris County Clerk G. B. Cooper- Muggen-thale- r, struck by n freight train nt the cross- There will be a recitation by Joseph about strength men more 400,000 nt or than G00,-0- 0 23rd, Miss Emma ing on Bust Third street. The front Bailou, n song by iliss Mary Bailey, nence Wke.the time from piay to empty served in the legislature nt the same on the of Junction City. on wnr footing. of the nutomobile wns demolished. a recitation by Miss Jean Paxton and tllrlrtkwels, which become clogged time and he is naturally much interOne hundred thousand men by Chnrles Denny nnd Miss Delia The occupnnts of the enr escnped un another song by Miss Belle Russell. liver gets sluggish, ested in the sucess of his UB wlih wnste, Mny 1 is the recruiting nim set for Francis Record were made one at tho injured. Lexington Lender. friend. -- Danville Messenger. uttimach sour. the navy by Secretary Daniels. He home of Mrs. Mary Francis Record LINES SHARPLY DRAWN ' .Louie at the tongue, Mother! If the anniversary of on the 13th. B U1LDING NICE HOM E Every contest for n Republicnn hopes to signalizent Manila with tho o utedlor child is listless, cross, fever-I- s LITTLE REBECCA MORRIS DEAD In the Southern Endson Roosevelt, of Theodore Archie is making nomination in Pulaski county is a Dewey's victory Wallace W. Wither restless, doesn't eat i( breath bad. Bid. J. G. Livingston, who called Roosevelt, wns married two- "warm number," but in nono is the announcement that the enlisted perliWirtily, full of cold or hns sore nt this office Monday, told of the Miss Grace Lockwood. in Boston to good rmKress on the h.mdfomeLoe-ndaughter on line more sharply drawn than in the sonnel of the navy 1ms reached that thfeat .or nny other children's nil-t- death near Goshen of Rcbeccn Morris, Thomas S. Lockwood, u capitalist of s', ry hfiie he u hut-linof avenue on tho lot just North of his race for County Attorney, which is figure. iit. uivi. n tcnsnoonful of "Cnll- daughter of .Mr. nnd .Mrs. that city. A sensation has created in present home. The building will be a now made up with four entries repre- Buenos Aires over been official anFigs," then don't ff !fllASSyrup of is perfectly harm- - William Morris. The little girl died the W. O. King nnd Miss Bliznbcth y frame, modern in its con- senting every faction of the party. nouncement that the Argentine sailw rry, because it on Saturday nnd wns lnid to rest in Ford, of Lnncastcr, eloped to n Gret- the Goshen cemetery nt 3:30 Sunday struction nnd will have nil the con- County Attorney G. W. Shadoan, who 4 H, nn,ll.in ll lew liuum mi viiin week nnd were mnde veniences. It will be quite nn addi- seeks another term in office, is the ing vessel Monte Protegido has been na ei fAAlanl poison, sour bile nnd fer-- nftcrnoon. nfter services by Eld, Liv- one.Green last is Gerin European waters The bride tho charming daugh- tion to that part of town. will gently move out ingston. She was n most excellent latest aspirant to toss his hat in the sunk submarine. Tho ship by a fired mtipi wns ring and his entry' vcr' much com- man by tho guns of the submarine you navo n wen, child nnd wns greatly beloved by till ter of Judge A. D. Ford, of that of ;tb OMrtvels, nnd upon city, while the groom Is n prominent plicates the race. The other candi- and one member of the crew was plffultrtild ngain. A thorough who knew here. Her taking awny has young business nnn, MANY DIL LEASES RECORDED of Lancaster. is oftimes nil that is occasioned much sorrow. B. Cooper is en- dates for County Attorney include wounded. The Argentine government CountT Clerk G. joying tho first rest from recording R. B. Waddle, H. E. Cundiff and fssaryf tv snouiu no mo unu SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN oil leases ho has had in several Judge II. C. Kennedy. Louisville has ordered an inquiry into' the sinkil mm given in any sickness. SPRING ing. wiro of .counterfeit fig syrups. Spring is looked upon by many as be "Is it safe?" is the first question to months. Ho has put to record be- Tiems. Two British hospital ships, tho considered when buying cough tween 400 nnd 500 of them nnd ns'it ooi- - tho most delightful your druggist lor n the Salta nnd the Gloucester Castle, have MR. WILLIS DEAD t "PuMfnmln Svrun of Figs." year, but this cannot season of tho medicine for children. Chamberlain's Is mighty good work to record 10 n ' be said of been sunk. The Salta struck a mino Many peonlo in this city who have with the loss of fifty-tw- o h hAs fdll directions for babies, rheumatic. Tho cold nnd damp wea- Cough Remedy has long been n fav- dify, it will be seen that the job was lives nnd orite with mothers of enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. J. B. the Gloucester Cnstle wns torpedoed icnnf all nges nod for grown- - ther brings on rheumatic pains which ns It contains no opiumyoung children a big one. or other narurn uumr. nro anything but pleasant. They can niHKiiy prinieu uii Willis, proprietor of Crab Orcnurd without warning by a submarine. AH carpfullv nnd see thnt it is bo relieved, however, by applying cotic, nnd may be given to u child ns WORKING OVER 100 MEN Springs Hotel, will be grieved at nis the wounded on the Gloucester Cas is to ndult. W'tha. "California Fig Syrup Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainnblo confidently ns too,anwhich isIt of pleastho hemp magnate. Is deatit .Monday irom tno ciiccts oi n tle were .saved. Josh grcnt working Jones, iuu men, ant to take, Rich3M everywhere. KrnV.V Tho burial was over importance when n medicine must bo hemp, plowing, etc.. on his ureuituiK carbuncle. Tuesday. Numbers at peofurm on of on BUILDING NICE BUNGALOW remedy Knob Lick pike. Ho has 10 teams mond given to young children. This . V LET. HIM DIE ple from this county who have patMRS. LYNN SELLS LOT R. M. Newland has contracted is most effectual in relieving coughs, plowing and tho soil they turn over ronized Crab Orchard Springs regret Wiib, r .nd, trembling ho Mrs. J. C. Lvnn hns sold to Mrs. colds nnd croup. Obts'nablo every- In n ilnv is surnrising. His place Is His with J. A. Allen for n nice "1917 doctor. "I know theru's Mary E. Welch passing. Harrodsburg Herald. bungalow" on the lot he owns on for $302.50 the lot where. BOMethlntfiwrone with my heart, doc- about tho busiest spot in Kentucky she bought at the snle of Mrs. Mat- Lancaster street, just north of tho just now. to4'rhavVa. fefiliwr thnt I'm not STANFORD MEETS WATERLOO tie Kirhv's pronertv on Bast Main Pk W. Whiup property, and foundaSPLENDID SERMON liv(.very.len.,' High School boys tion for it hns been begun. It will be recently sold tho Tho Stanford street. Mrs. Welch Mr. J. II. Paxton, who heard Rev. NonMnjtfl Uh'e up smoking." INSOMNIA lot she bought at the Kirby Bale to J. A. Hoyden's sermon to the grndu-nte- s met n Waterloo ut Nicholnsville nt very modern in construction nnd will Kove&ajnaked In my life, doctor." Indigestion nearly nlways distrubs the hands of the High School team of havo nil of the conveniences. Mrs. Martha Hampton. of tho colored high school nt the fll,YyP dr!hkine.' I f Methddist church Sunday nftcrnoon, the sleep more or less, nnd isn often that city. Our boys played a good rant a: total atwtainer irom uico- light game, with John Cash nnd "Smoky" VANDEVEER PROPERTY SALE FIRST EXCURSION SUNDAY tells tho I. J. that it was one of the tho causo of insomnia. Eat boll Tho L. & N. will run tho first ex- best efforts he has heart! in a long supper with little if any meat, nnd Tucker as tho battery, but they got The salo of tho VnnDeveer properA'ell, try'RolRg to bed earlier; get Chamber- the hot end of every close decision ty on the south side of town, which cursion of tho season to Cincinnati time. It was full of good things, very no milk; nlso tnko one of immediately after sup- and could do no better than finish wns postponed Inst Fnll on nccount Fri alwa'ltt bd tv nine o'clock." Sunday. Tho train will leave the Stan- timely and was splendidly delivered. lain's Tablets nf bad weather, Is advertised for T)h; wllXaUl.n jwy.is. my dear ford depot at 5 o'clock in tho morn- "I wish," said he, "that every man, per, nnd seo if you do not rest much second, Tho score stood 8 to 7, everywhere. Mny 5th, in this issue. This will be a returning slr,Ulvt I luryetfi"d hotter let ing, tho round-tri- p thntIs night. Tho faro woman and child in Stanford could better. Obtainable BURNS great opportunity to purchase n valTHE BOBBITT HOTEL $1.75. fur hnve heard tho splendid address. It natjre take.. K''9MpV' You'ro Tho Bobbitt Hotel ut Somerset, uable lot convenient to town. COLORED SCHOOL It would have dono them good." Rev. CLOSING OF too Koid, fefclfcW world. Ex. THE BRYNE OPTICAL SERVICE Hoyden Is pastor of tho Presbyterian The commencement exercises of Virgil Bobbitt, proprietor, burned im The Department of Agriculture is Una been tried and tested by thou- church at Danville and is n very ible the colored high school will be held Friday nftornoon, together with conSTLYE8 IE nt the opera house Wednesday even- siderable of tho contents. The loss is circulating Lloyd George's appeal to "Sheltox" sands of discriminating spectaclo flAy&r, ixHV' "Crooka A wearers of Lincoln, Garrard and ad colored divine. ing. An Interesting program has been about $5,000, which is partially cov- the English farmers for bigger crops, bjWb Moser, this here the counties. At State ar. me f the .Muipment joining20th nnd 21st..St. Asaph Hotel Moore, ofSenator Thomas Jones arranged formoro occasion und a largo ered by insurance. CooSomersetofwhen holding that it applied equallyStatca 31-- 2 now. Governors of several thnn likely nttenu. city, was just leaving Urecklnridgo county, died crowd will m Optical April p.'. of peritonitis, following an attack of A portion of the opera house will bo the fire started, and brought tho news have taken action to encourage inUM.J. Ami tniM ?Aprl!20 to this city. Tho Interior Journal, $1.50 a year.' appendicitis at Frankfort last night. creased production. reserved for whlto people. Of- his wife on tho tr striking ucurn unvuun, hend ......! 1. villi u uvu mm, r ivn COUNTRY J. W. nt-ta- ck i in-la- ' , lf p i I ; Hon-orar- 1 . . e. 1,-- ... Lag-nlcou- rt, g, inn son-in-la- I .'I. I !! -- I I X U-ti- n well-know- n it-t-- i 1 ...1, ."ur"' ' 't j well-know- n fii life-lon- g m two-stor- m ou-ce- to m nlto-jfetk- ef p wim k - T I' I.Sv'VttV is ' "" m fi'iilrV '- jji . MmmrJwmfiJk A- i. & ,. WBT.rV-&- t3J& - I. ..-- ' . . "j:- u .!-,- .. IhMT-- ..'' Kk .""ai.'AkiWltifc'fc 'jKkfr.,-. ',mTt ' 'ntt ,snr4i ' w $ t4.ftx,rV.?.JA, -- .'lk J' ll ' l,J .. , w r r f PIr? Vwn 4 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April The Interior Journal 17, 1917 Thats your ww- - E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Inlirtd l Iht Dollar ou earned vnevrv po'lffl" tfrofift elan mail nniltr. Kttnftri. K., si it. The with money began putting what he could in the Bank. wees, per yea- rBoth limes moptht , week, for rwlee Twice ft week, for (I montht. wetk, for 8 month. Twice week, either linr, Mt Trsr Once Subscription Rates .... . . tl.50 1 00 .75 .40 BOYS' Hnlerlptlons srr csh In a.lTsnrrtn all! pa per Hop, when tlmf for which It is paid. Is up The Interior Journal l aothorlicd to announce the following candidates for office to the Democratic primary the flrrt Sat ardar In Anrntt, 1917, (Annonncement fee for rch conntr office Is flO; for district of (lee. 115. for rltr or marirterlal office IS. No announcement will bo made nntll fee Is paid " Political Announcements. CLOTHES Mothers are more particular about the FELLOWS clothes than she is about her own. The LITTLE FELLOW must go well dressed if dad has to wear overalls so we say to the MOTHERS: We have these LITTLE MEN'S suits in serges, fancy worsteds and cassimeres, at $3.50 to $1 2.50; in all sizes 5 to 8 years. Bring the boys in we can fit them. 1 Vta7sb4aMay aJssW vaVr jHraw , ajpsBBBSr in BUTance. j For Slate Senator JAY W. HARLAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. H. CLAY KAUKFMAN LIT-.TL- E Who ets the money For County Judge W. S. DRYK. you earn T. A. RICE - M. F. NORTH. tfM VI VI i '.i. y ti re-- For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILLS. For Jailer Many men spend their money at fait they make it and at the end of each year have nothing to show for a whole year's work. If theie men would say to themselves! "I will put some money in the Bank every time," and stick to their resolution to save, they would soon have a "NEST EGG" that will increase and grow and it will be the interest they take in making it grow that will do it. W. S. RURCII W. B. HANSFORD Mi Start a Bank Account today. We Put YOUR money in OUR bank. pay three per cent interest. For Assessor J. N. CASH JOHN C. PEI'PLES. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Hustonville District SAM M .OWENS. j W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER ifiii The Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Kentucky Disc and Drag 1 Harrows and corn planters, walking and riding cultivators at 2-hor- se W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Wear Good Clothes well wear good clothes while you're at it. People re. ipect you for it. You'll respect yourself? You won't need to spend great deal of money or to have your clothes made. Simply drop in and try on what we have to show. You might at W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky :::: i Automatic Refrigerator FOR YOUR HOME Keep foods fresh and water cold. Oneice bill pays for all. A new line of druggets just received. PENCE & HILL The Furniture Men J.-L- . Beazley & Co., J. C. McCLARY tapK"! jkBflfiHflflft Undertaker Emlmer Undertaker - Embalmer Offlcs Phons 18T Phone 42, Stanford. Horns Phons 15 K.yv STANFORD. KY. The Lexington Herald's House wnrming number, Issued from its t building splendid new four-stor- y Sunday, which hits been equipped with new machinery, new typesetBUILDING BIG GARAGE ting machines nnd new furniture Henry C. Anderson, who soils the from top to bottom, was inc inrgcsi paper ever produced in Kentucky, popular Ford machine, is building n containing as it did 174 pages, print- large pionge back of hi3 heme on ed in 13 sections. In addition to being East Main street. The garage will pike for 70 feet a magnificient advertisement of it- front on the Cut-of- f s section and will be 80 feet deep. It will be of self and the famed it centers nttcntion with great effect concrete and the front will he two to the illimitable resources of the stories high. It will store lots of Ford 4 mountains of Eastern Kentucky. Edi- nnd other cars, but won't be a whit tor Desha Breckinridge is being too big for Mr. Anderson's already showered with congratulations on the large and growing business. wonderful display of enterprise. Stnte of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, as. There are Si republican candiCheney oath for county offices in Pulaski, Is Frank J.partner of mitiMfirm of that he dates J. the senior with the primary three months and a Cheney & Co., doing business In thi FCity half off. Eight want to be jailer, five of Toledo, County and Ctnte aforesaid, are trying for sheriff, while four and that said ilrrn v. Ml pay the sum of HUNOm:i) DOLLARS for each seek to be county clerk and the same ONE every case of Catarrh that cannot l nnd number to be assessor, with two or rure.1 t.ytheuse of HALL'S CATAltllll KltANK J CHENEY. more for each of the other offices. MEDICINE. Snorn to before me nnd subscribed In The desire for office springs eternal my presence, this tth day of December, many are A. D. 1BSG. in the human breast, but A. W. OLEAPON. called nnd few are chosen. If Tom (Seal) Notary I'ubllc. Owsley charges the regulation price Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine Is taken Inannouncing those candidates in ternally and nets tlirouch the niocxl on for System. Send Mucous Surfaces of his News, he will soon be rich enough the testimonials, free. the for to retire with a competence. F J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo. O. Sold by all !rurc1t. 75c. Hall's family I'llls for constipation Every one who has the price of a flag ought to let it float from his show his love of CENT home and thereby ADS country and its symbol, but the effect SALE CO nice yearling FOR will be lost when the action is mandatory as in Globe, Ariz., where an or- steers. Paul Finch, Crab Orchard, Ky 31-dinance provides n fine of $200 or Phone 13-200 days in jail against the owner of AUTO SERVICE nnyv,..ere; dny every business house, store front or or night; reasonable prices. Call vehicle that fails to fly a flag. We should like to see the (lag displayed phone 234. T. H. Eads. everywhere in Stanford but not as n WANTED I want to hire six good compulsory act. plow teams. Will give $5.00 n day. 30-The patriotic meeting at Lexing- Josh Jones, Stanford. ton, Saturday night, was, we learn, FOR SALE Tennessee white seed the largest and most enthusiastic yet corn. This is of the very best quality. held in Kentucky. Fifteen thousand T. D. Newland & Son, Stanford, lp peopft are estimated to have been LOST Sack of clover seed, one present, who cheered themselves hoarse over the telling points in the bushel, on Somerset pike. Hop Steele, speeches of Gov. Stanley, Hon. W. Wnynesburg, Ky., R. F. I). No. 3. P. Kimball and others. The meeting FOR SALE Four fresh milk d flags flying and bands playing parade, with cows. Are good ones'. For further ina military otic airs. . formation call or see P. L. Beck, 30-l- t Stanford. Both the excellent management of gives one the Louisville & Nashville rnilroail FOR SALE Jersey; nnd the preat nrosnerltv of the coun and n half gallons at milking; very try it serves is shown in the annual statement. Its operating revenue in- rich milk; calf old enough to wean. t. creased 20 per cenf. over the previ- W. L. Nenl, Moreland, Ky. ous year, the amount being equivaFOlf SALE Good Buick touring lent to 23.5 per cent, on its capital nnd of $72,000,000. This great road has car of 1913 make; four cylinder worked wonders in the development all right. Will sell at a bargain if t. of the South. taken at once. E. T. Tence, Jr. FOR SALE An Oliver riding Spring time is nt last upon us and it is here in all of its glory. There plow; good as new; only been used to were never prettier days than these plow ten acres; a bargain if sold at we are now enjoying ami the country once. See E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. 3M never was more beautiful. All na- ford. 'ROR SALE Four cows and sev ture seems to have combined to help us forget the horrors of the war we eral Shetland ponies, these nre extra have just entered. good individuals, if you want someJa The $1G hog arrived in CKicago thing good call M. S. Baughman, 20-3- t. the other day and wheat has long Stanford. since passed the $2 mark, now being Shepherd dog, white DOG LOST such held nt $2.35. Those who have hings to sell are certainly in the breast and white stripe running half swim, but we poor devils who have to way up neck. Large, bushy tail. Left Notify U. S. Traylor, buy, have a time keeping our heads Saturday. phone Stanford exchange 4731, and above water. 31-- 1 grently oblige. Winchester is to have another dally I am I prepared to DENTISTRY paper. C. B. Nelson, editor of the practice my proffession, dentistry, nt Democrat of that city, my home on Danville avenue, nnd will convert it into n daily beginning bo given prompt atApril 23rd. Two dailies and four those calling will S. Price, Danville avenue, weeklies should supply pretty well tention. A. 31-the Clark county people with reading Stanford. Between Dillion's store , LOST. matter. and John Kennedy's house In Preach-crsvillThere was not a vote against the a pocket book containing seven billion war loan in the lower house of congress, but one socialist money. Will givo liberal reward. failed to vota nt all. The action shows Cnn describo money in It. J. II. how fully the country is united nnd Thompson, Crab Orchard No. 2. 30 stnnding behind the president In this BEGINNING April 13th, Carter & hour of peril. Cnrter's livery stublo and Masters & Woman, liko man, never is but Uowyor'8 livery stable, will charge CO of Montana, had hardly cents for a full feed, owing to tho warmed her seat in fhe House before sho announced for tho United States high prices of feed. Carter & Car Senate. Sho could not vote for war, ter, and Masters & Bowyer, Stanford, 30-2- t but seems to want to vote for every Ky. , thing in sight. BREAK "IFEMP Havo 200 TO How will tho Colonel's division get acres yet in tho field; have plenty of to Franco? Our warships will bo too brukes. Men make as much as $5 per busy to convoy transports. Perhaps day: will need good plow teams: will Henry Ford could arrnnge It by re- pay highest price: cuu board and modeling his peace ship into a bat- house them. Josh Jones, Stanford. J tleship. . Ky. . blue-gras-WORD J. 3t 14-42 patri-followe30-229-3Semi-Weekly 2t e, m 23-tf- McRoberts & Bailey R. M. NEWLAND Hsadaaartsrs for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phoii. 168 and 45 Stanford. Ky. We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. I rrprrwnt the htrtrit and twit nrrfir tlolhlnt home.ln this eountrr JM I'ri't and Ce.. Vhtfat. Ill My ,. rri (wrlenre In mrsaurliif and direetmr the mtk Inc of your rlothra. 4tfti me the Jvani.r. S. C. B LEGHORN EGGS otrr (in. who Is not prsetlral tailor If you will cire m your onl.r, I will promUe yon a square deal Tou will ret the worth ot your of the best laying strains, for hatchmoney,, either in the cheapett cradrs or the ing, nt all times. Also baby chicks, II y miner prices. FARM LOANS FARMS FOR SALE INSURANCE D. A. THOMAS Lancaster, Ky. CASH for ACCOUNTS n To the Public: r mJt .v SPRING AND SUMMER tin when of lamplri li now jtmr In- P)rriiuu, iau now ina lrl mt Ihow JOU. rrJ fr H.C.RUPLEYHr:V.T,Kr' can furnish them. For sale R. L. BERRY Phone No. . Huttonville, Kentucky- I 7-- L I At Jri J i i w, wr I mI !' r' i 4 I II jm mfLtKm '.Iff jasw UhSfv JH' VviBB stffiHil Ml IrE' P a favi nanj sB Dutchess Trousers The best made, why should you buy another brand, when these are better by te3t. IJ We have received our Spring Oxfords' for the men and ladies. J Panama Hats, Silk Shirts, all new Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing Goods. f ROBINSON'S ,? ot H "?' . T5 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 17, 1917 Cms Lmmr OH Get The Thrift Habit by opening at once a Savings Account with 1 With Macie'Otts-i- r Do the Work, Tainleuly. "I tell you, l)cforo I limn! of CIMs-I- f I utert tolryonn llilm?nft(r nniither for corns. I Btlll had tlicm. 1 used bandages and they mado my 2 Drops Miss Illnllo McClurc Is with mcnslos. Thomns II. Kails In moving Into the homo on Danville recently vncntcil by Mr. nnd C. Cnrmnn. very ill his fnm-ll- y Sirs, A. nvcnuo The First National Bank It will pay you 3 per cent interest on same Saving like spending is a habit a habit that always brings wealth. Bank Opens 9 A. M. Bank Closes 3 P. M. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. J. S. MOCKER, S. T. HARRIS, II. C. DAUGHMAN, Cauhier C. - HAYS FOSTER, Am. C.hi.r W. W. SAUNDERS. Ind. Bookkeeptr rre.id.nl Vice-Preside- , Mrs. Hermnn Frith nnd daughter, , oi iiroiinenu, were nero aniuniny. Miss Esther Ilurch went to Oral) t s Club Mlnjlrcl April 0rfhnri, MmI . for ,,riof stnyt opera house nt 8 1 . M. nt the Thomn!1 ,iIiys Hronnugh. of CrnL April 19 The Dixie ..Hook. Hub Orchard, was in the city IM Inst oi Wright nt u.,.eL;, will meet with Mrs. J. II. j 2:30 o'clock. 'm. Aycra, who is n very proml- April 19 The Current Events netit lawyer of I'ineville, was here on Club will meet with Mrs. U. T. llruce legal business Saturday. Miss Lucilo Stone, of the High nt her home in the country nt 2 o'- faculty, spent Saturday nnd ' School look. I Sunday with her homefolks nt Ltur- , Mrs. A. II. Florence, who hns been Mrs. Snllie It. Snufley nrrived last is well ngnin. Miss Kmmn Hnys spent Sundnyfnight from Knoxvilie to visit her chil-wlilren, Mrs. (5. I.. Penny ami Mr. II. relatives. Richmond, was It. Snufley. I.ucien llurnnm, I Miss Kvn I'enrl Hoone. who is nt- here n short while Monndy. Miss Bessie Hill went to Richmond , tending the Kustern State Normal, Sunday to enter Eastern Kentucky spent severnl days nt home with rein tivt s nnd friends. Normal., Mrs. It. G. Hnmpton, of Lebanon of State Col ego. Ilnrrv Lexington, spent Sunday with home- - Juncton, who has been visiting rein-fol' tives here for n few days went to here. Wood returned Livingston Saturday. Miss Kntie Lynn Mrs. Wnlter Jones and children Sunday from n visit to Ijincaster Friday afternoon to join the j left relatives. . Mrs. W. K. Warner ami son, Lewis, husbnnd nnd fnthcr nt Jnckson, Miss., spent severnl days with her parents, where they will reside. Mr and Mrs. Will ltaughman, Mr in fJnrrnrd Mr. Fritz Krueger nnd family, of nnd Mrs. Smith llnughmnn, Mr. and ML Vernon, were in the city n short Mrs. Jesse Fox attended the funeral of Mrs. Sophronia Fox Thursday, in while Sundiy. Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Hill will Danville. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. 11. Kerr, who bnve the last of the week for Cincinnati to been living out on Wayncsburg No. visit her parents. 1, have moved to Crab Orchard R. F. .Mrs. George Kiser went to Winchester Sunday to spend the week I). No, 1. Mrs. Kerr wns the guest of Mrs. J M. Kerr here Sunday and with her husband. George Hume, of Richmond, was, Monday Mrs. G. II. Dobyns. Mrs. Robert here Sundav. the guest of Miss Su Lytic, Mrs. Mack Fisher nnd little san Fisher Woods. Mrs, W. A. Mobley is visiting her daughter. Mnry Gilford, Misses Rob-bi- e nnd Mnry Cooper Penny, of Dannnd other relanoil, M. L. Mobley ville, were the guests of Mrs. Mary tives in Covington. Penny Tuesday. Miss Frances Cooper, of Anchor-ngCoo Moscr and his parents, Mr. and is the guest of the Misses Kills Mrs. William Moser. attended the on Danville avenue. burial nt Somerset Friday of a little Misses Ilessie RilTe nnd Margaret Routt, of Hustonville, nre spending daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ovell Gooch. The child died following an op in the Moreland section. Miss Kntie Anderson, of George-tow- attack of measles. Miss Julia Fish was with Mrs. Hen was the guest of her parents, ry Catron In Lincoln county Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Anderson. Morgan Smith Ilaughman lias been nnd Wednesday. Dr. W. J. Childress III severnl days, his many young, was here Irom Hustonville Saturday , to see his sister, Mrs. J. S. tangford, friends will be sorry to learn. .m. eriion im is in poor nvaiui. Johnston, wno nas Miss Georgin been w th friends here, returned to signal many friends of Mrs C. P. rhe Sunday liir hnmi nt Lancaster Mr. nnd Mrs. R. G. Fox. of Dan- Cecil nre glad to know she hns recovville, spent Sunday with the family ered sufliciently from a serious surgical operation nt Dr. Sailer's Hospi-ta- l of his brother, Mr. Jesse C. Fox. in J. W. Hall, of Louisville, came up to her Cincinnati, to be able to return Danville home in Danville. Saturday to visit his aged parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Milford Hall, at Row- Messenger. Mrs. Dema Cabell, of Stanford, land. Mrs. W. C, Wilson will come over Mrs. Henry Brooks, of Lebanon June-tioand Misses Annie and Lucilc from Lexington this afternoon to atDonahue, of Danville, me visiting tend the Womnns Club minstrel relatives here, having come to attend Mrs. J. R. Hogan, of Louisville, the burial of Mrs. Rachael Howe. guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Lebanon nterprise. wns the P. Buchanan, nnd parents, Mr. nnd Sheriir J. G. Weatherford leaves Mrs. Milford Hull. tomorrow for llirmingham, Ala., to Miss Marie llnllard spent Saturday spend a few weeks. Mr. Weatherford nnd Sunday at Lancaster, with home-folk- has not been in the best of health She was accompanied by Miss for some time and he feels that n Peck, who was here guest. little visit will prove helpful to him. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. llruce went to IDs legion indulge the night to attend the hone that he of friends back home a Richmond Friday will come Christian church con- well man. meeting nt the ducted bv Evnngellst W. T. Brooks. Morgan Smith lhiughmun showed Mrs. F. G. Hurt, nnd sister, Miss was Johnevn Hilton, of Crab Orchard, signs of appendicitis nnd by histaken parwere guests of their parents, Mr. and to Lexington this morning ltaughman, ents, Mr. Mrs. J. II. Hilton, Saturday nnd Sun- nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. M. S.bo E. J. Brown to examined day. Miss Ha Nowland, who hns been for an operation. It is sincerely hopsuffering from neurnlgin, went to ed by his mnny friends, as well as Crnb Orchnrd Mondny to stny a whilo friends of the devoted parents, thnt with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. it will not bo found necessary to PERSONAL AND SOCIAL oman -J- -.l t. j Kin-ill- th lf ' e. n, nftemoon playing the Ilustonnllc 'High School team. On Thursdny nftemoon nt .I'lli the club will lock horns on the High School grounds squnsh. W. C. Wilson 5.00 High he.c with the Harrodsburg Hearing the agonizing cries of his K. S. Alcorn .. 5.00 School nine, A grent gnme mny he son, the fnthcr rnn to his nssistnnce McUoberts & Ilailey . 5.00 expected. ..5.00 nnd in so doing rnn into n hnrbed T. J. Hill, Jr., wire fence, cutting out n handful of OF MASONS flesh from his nnntomy nnd ruining SPECIALMEnTINC. Columbus, Ind., will have n muniLincoln Lodge No. 00 F. &. A. M. n $4 pnir of trousers. cipal garden nnd prisoners who otherwill hold special meetings in tno r. advantage of wise woud be sentenced to hard laThe old cow took P. hnll on Wednesday evening, April bor on the municipal stone pile will 18th, for work in the Fellowcrnft fieI(I nn(i ki)c, herself eating work tho garden. and rriday evening, April 20th, tccn corn Ht.nrjn(, t,e racket, the igrec, Report of the Condition of for work in the Mnstcrs degree. T. gtinKy'g mnn wife rnn out of the 31-- 1 Bank of Huitonvillo W. 1'ennlngtun, Secretary. n house, upsetting n churn Tho 'People' full of cream into a basket of kittens. doing business nt the town of County of Lincoln, State of drowning the whole litter. She slip DANVILLE COURT I A very small crowd nttended Dan- ped on the crenm nnd fell down Kentucky, nt the close of business on ville court Monday and business gen- - stairs, breaking her leg nnd n $10 the 10th day of April, 1917. Corn- - nrlve You MnM Trr "UrtK-H- " ' ernlly wns quiet. There were only a set of false teeth. nnd Thej'll feel ItlsM HBI The baby, left Reiourcet too so Mff It was murder to put on few cattle on the mnrket nnd no pub- - alone, crawled through the spilled Loans and Discounts.... $74,379.71 mv shoe I used salvrs anil other I lie sales made. What few sold went cream into the parlor and ruined n Overdrafts, secured nnd the too tliltiRs thnt nt off more of cut and I high. Iloth the horse and mule mar carpet. During tho excitement unsecured 300.00 than tliry did tho corn. I'd the daughter eloped with the hired Due from Banks . . .. 29,058.10 kets were quiet. illrr with knlvm end scissor. but now no moro foollnp for tne Two taking the family snvings with Cash on hand man, 5,109.70 dhl nil tho work. drops of 'flctn-l- t Banking House, Furniture John D. Rockefeller's Pocantico them. It tnnkoi tho corn shrivel nndIt pet o right Dills estnte of 6,000 ncres is to be The mornl is that every man should Innso that you ran Just pick nnd Fixtures C.000.OO off with your nnKcni!" transformed into n vegetable garden be n subscriber to his home newspa- Other Assets not included Thero linn been nothing new dis Hio lii.npflt nf thp rpiiilnnti of per. Exchange. under any of above uem-ii fur covered for corns ninro wny tht I'rarrvtown N Y. wnn horn 7.06 It s the new heads , ,. nntninnn.aniii Imple. sure way.,, Vlillllll'ilIT' uri John M. Cress sold to J. Weilslx 25c Cfln-lt- " In sold everywhere. 111. U. .UtllllO, U l.llllllliNKl, VI.- Total $115,221.17 n bottle, or nent on rccrini oi iri--111. listed in the navy nt Cincinnati yes- grade black cows at SI 00. by I Ijiwrence u jo, v,nitaK" Liabilities terday. Capital Stock paid in, in Sold in Stanford nnd recommendPOSTED! Corn sold nt $150 per bushel nt ensh $25,000.00 i ed as the world's best corn remedj Henderson Monday. We, whose names arc hereto at- Surplus Fund 3,600.00 tached will permit neither hunting, Undivided Profits, less exby The Lincoln Phnrmaey nnd The fishing nor trespasftng of any kind penses nnd tnxes paid .... 654.02 Penny Drug Store. WEAK, NERVOUS OHIO WOMAN on our property, nnd those guilty of Deposits subject doing such will be prosecuted to the to check ... .$72,104.42 Mrs J M. Pettus is quite ill nt her Mado Well By Delicious Vinol full extent of the lnw: Time Deposits . 10,580.72 82,685.11 home in the country. M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Due Banks . . and Trust licllefontnlne. Ohio. "My Mood wai W. O. Mnrtln hns ncecnted n no-- ! 3,2S1;41 ' was nervout. itinii with Tin- - Princess. "rr poor condition.in nI weak, diirerent Nnvc, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Companies Robbins. tried J. I). Willis, of Crab Orchard . . $115,221.17 .'. Total remedies without lneOt ami one day Springs, was in the city Sunday. State of Kcntuckv. Mr. Ciivro Reynolds, who has been oiy druggist told me about Vinol. I County of Lincoln Set. in poor health for some time, is no tried it nnd it Imilt me up in'ewry way s, ' blood, strength and neres, nnd I tell We, W. M. Myers, and J. W. butter. FARM LOANS President and Cashier of the Mrs. John Lutes and Miss Lucinda my friends it is the best medicine on above named Bank, do solemnly Lutes hnve been with the fnmilv of !I tartli." "Mrs. Lam. IHiunso:. ir.ol sharpens tho nppetite, aids Over 3 Million Loaned Through swear that the above statement is Keene Lutes in Danville. ' Amaiin inrinliia 4m l.l.uul ami tn true to the best of our knowledge Joa Lynn II. Coftey. who wns cnlled This Office nnd beliaf. home bv the death of his father. Mr. this natural manner creates strength. on ctery lain-!-. W. M. MYERS, President Joseph CofTey, left this morning for lompicio lormuia J. W. HOSKINS, Cashier Knoxvilie to resume his work on the The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Subscribed and sworn to before me road. INSURANCE this 14th day of April, 1917. My Mrs. J. F. Gover joined her daughReport of the Condition of ter, Mrs. W. II. Worsham, of Corbin, THE McKlNNEY DEPOSIT BANK BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Commission expires Jan. 20, 1918. Lexington, Ky. Cheaptide & Short J. II. Hoeker. Notary Public. Monday afternoon nnd will spend a doing Mcbusiness feiv dnys visiting Danville relatives Kinney, County at the town of of Lincoln, Stnte of with her. W. B. Maynard. of the McKinney Kentucky, nt the close of business section, is very ill of n complication on the 10th day ofApril, 1917. Reiourcet of troubles, lie was stricken very suddenly nnd fears of his recovery Loans nnd Discounts Overdrafts, secured nnd are felt. Reports from his bedside 4.82 unsecured .. . are that he had a bad night. Mrs. W. J. Sparks nnd daughters, Stocks, Bonds and other fi 14.00 Securities Fannie Misses Hess, Mnrtha nnd 15,317.70 Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, are spending Due from Banks We are receiving each day this week, new 2,449.20 several days at the Cortlandt. Mrs. E. Cash on hand .. Edmond Grifllth, of Middlesboro, who Hanking House, Furniture hats and shapes in spring and sdmmer nnd Fixtures 4,250.00 has been visiting in Louisville, has Other Renl Estnte 201.23 returned home. Louisville Times. goods. Mrs. Francis will be herejWednes-day- . Granville Lutes has resigned as : ToUil Come to see us. $52,507.44 manager of the Nunnelley tock Yards for T. W. Jones nnd returned to his Liabilities home in Casey. He will resume his Capital Stock paid in, in trailing in live stock. Mr. R. C. Arcash $15,000.00 nold, who held the position ns mana- Surplus Fund . 2,214.79 ger until the first of the year, has Undivided Profits, less exStanford, KrnlucLy Old Stand Dr. Price's gone back to his old place, which he penses and tnxes paid. .. 671.00 fills so well. Deposits subMr. J. II. Pruitt. the aged father ject to check $33,021.59 of Mrs. W. I). Welhurn. is distress- Time deposits . 1,000.00 34,621.59 his death is only n ingly low nnd question of a few hours, it is believTotal $52,507.44 ed. The latter part of February he State of Kentucky, nnd Mrs. Pruitt came from Moreland County of Lincoln ..Set. to the home of his daughter here and We. E. J. Aunner and Cleo Thomhe has been ill since. Mr. Pruitt 13 as, President and Cashier of the No expectant Mother should fall lo prepare her system for the prcat orpast 80 years old and his body is too above named bank, do solemnly deal. For this purpose thousands of women have used the preparation frail to withstand the complications swear that the above statement is "Mother's Friend." The muscles expand easier. The breasts ore kept in that have arisen since his illness be- true to the best of our knowledge nnd good condition. Much pain may be avoided at the crisis. Mother's Friend gun. belief. is the prescription of a famous physician. Used by three generations. ApMr. Frank Buck, who has been in E. J. TANNER, President ply externally night and morning. Stanford since the middle of FebruCLEO THOMAS. Cashier ary introducing nnd selling Wilson Subscribed and sworn to bofore musical me this 14th day of April. & Son's pianos and other At all drug stores. Get a bottle now. Write for book explaining fully My instruments, left Monday night for Commission expires March 1917.1920. about Motherhood afid (he care of the baby. It Is free. Write today. 19, Copperville. Tenn., to look nfter the BRADFIELD REGULATOR COMPANY. 108 Lamnr Rldg, Atlanta. G. F. M. Ware. Notary Public. interests of his company. While here formed mnny lasting Mr. Buck friendships and there is general re-gret that he has left. He will return in two or three weeks for n brief so- iourn. While here he nnd Mr. J. L. ; , lleazley sold nine pianos nnd a large i number of other instruments that RASE BALL GAMES The Stanford High School is this fZWKm, THIS MAY NOT BE TRUE Wc hardly bclive it ourselves, but It Is reported that n man here In Init'll inn allnr... in InLn 4li. home paper, always sends over to liisl neighbor s to borrow the paper, so he enn rend it Ono evening ho sent his son over to borrow the pnper, nnd while the son wns on the wny he rnn into n Inrge stnnd of bees nnd in n few minutes his fnco looked like n summer m WHO'LL BE NEXT? Following is a list of those who have contributed to the Woman's Club, tho purpose of which is to" reimburse the members of It for tho loss sustained by the fire. Other names will appear as donntions aro maue: Interior Journal $5.00' 5.00 J. C. Hnys 5 00 Severance & Son Rev. P. L. llruce 2.00 wmmamn Kiii four-gallo- litis-toitvil- ,.,',,,. TT 1 run-dow- I 5 Per Cent Hos-kin- Mi M j W. KING & SON $.10,1-10.3- STYLE SHOP , :::::: "STYLE SHOP" MOTHER'S FRIEND THE mnKe music. MONEY LOANED TO FAR- MERS ON EASY TERMS Byrne Optical Service THE FOLLOWING EXTRACTS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES! ' .11 s. to nnd that the promising young again. Mrs. J. S. Rice went to Lexington man will soon be all right Editor Shelton M. Sauflev. Mrs. today to spend n week with her niece. Miss Elizabeth Rico Feeney, who had Snufley and Muster Shelton M. Sauf-loJr., have returned from a dethe misfortune to lose her mother lightful nnd protracted tour of tho last week. Mrs. John Dinwiddle nnd Messrs. West. Mrs. Suuflcy remained in KanAlrey Dunn und A. B. C. Dinwiddle, sas Citv, Mo., nnd Phoenix, Arizona, of Junction City, wro here Sunilnv most of tho time, but Mr. Saufley and to see tho last of their relative, Mr. Shelton went on to California nnd visited the more important cities of J. II. Pruitt. Mrs. II. F. Rout returned Monday Unit great state. Tho object of their from a visit to her son. II. K. Rout trip wns to visit Mr. Saufley's hro- She left ther. Robert C. Sauflev. und his fnm and fnmilv in them in tho best of health nnd well ily. Ho hnd not seen his brother for Leight years and tho two spent many plensed with their new home. .. 1. ........ Wt .......1 iiii-Messrs. J. F. Uoltzelnw nnd J li. flnappy nuuin I..IL.. Tl..... lurim Nevius. of Lnnciistor, wero over Sun. mm iii tne best oi iieuitn miu doing dny, tho :orm3r to heir Dr L t splendidly in a business way. Ho and llrvan prench at tho llaptht church j his fnmlly are happy nnd contented nnd the hitter to sea his mother, Mrn in their udopted home a;ul will moro than likely spend the rest of their Mattle Noiu. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Curman. who years there. Asked how ho liked the havo mado Stnnford their homo for West, Mr. Saulley snid: "Fine; tlio many years, left yesterday to visit West Is grent. But somo how tho their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Rico, and moro I snwof it, the better I liked Kentucky." her fnmily near Luncastor. This the BIuo Gross section ofSnufley fnmsplendid old couple hns broken un Tho many friends of tho the homo nnd will spend tho remaind- lly will bo glad to know that they er of their days with thein several have no thought of locating tiian in Kentucky nnd it is children. Stnnford peoplo generally sincerely regrot their leaving hero Bincercly hoped that they will remain where they ure In good old and hopo that some day they will' Stanford. and live among them. Newland. y, I lUKi-im-else-wher- e, -n Whereby they can pay back n small amount each year paying off interest and lonn nt a low rate. These lonns nre mnde through the y Union Centrnl Life Insurance of Cincinnnti. Ohio, nnd can be paid off and retired nt any time. No delay nnd red tape required to secure these louns; no joint responsibility with some other farmer. The owner of a smnll farm has the snme opportunity to protect himself by n long time lonn on as casv terms ns the borrower of millions. Wo will lonn you $500 or $50,000. There is no excuse for a borrower with a good farm to be embnrrassed by his debts. We loan money on farms in every county in Central nnd outhern Kentucky on easier and better terms than any other concern doing business in the State. Write or call and see us at 805 Security Trust Building, Lexington, Kv. BURT L. SIMS, Dist. Mnnager. Com-pnn- Mr. J. J. Byrne has been making this town regularly as an Optician. I know Mr. Byrne well, and I am pleased to state that I have always found him to be a straight-forwar- d He gentleman. Is thorough in his work, nnd gives perfect satisfaction to his customers. I heartily commend him as a trustworthy gentleman. W. J. CHILDRESS, M. D. Hustonville, Ky. m & EYES TESTED r Office Phone No. 5 Carter's Livery and Feed Stablo 29-- lt EIGHTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE Eleven Years in Central Kentucky Will Be At '. nS GLASSES N" frlTED Mr. J. J. Byrne has been making our town once or twice a year for the past eleven years, and has been fitting the needed glasses to my wife's eyes during that time. He has also fitted my glasses for the past five years, both of which have given entire satisfaction. J. W. HOSKINS. Cashier People's Bank Hustonville, Ky. iH ' J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated St. Asaph Hotel STANFORD, KY. Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21 THIPLO RELIABLE' REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DH'JCGIST. Optometrist J. J. BYRNE Optician It gives me pleasure to state that Dr. J. 'J. Byrne, optician resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, for several years has furnished me with glasses, which have given me great satisfaction nnd enabled mo to carry on my work with moro ease, than previously. He is thorough in his tcsb and examinations, and is giving general satisfaction. He is thoroughly conscientious, nnd will only prescribe glasses where a thorough examination nnd test demonstrate the need of glasses, as I testify as' to myself. I commend him most freely and W. M. HERNDON, fully. Attorney at taw, Lancaster, Ky, VO itwf 5 u .V ) -- x N w vi The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, April 17, J9I7 MORGAN RAIDER FARM AND TRADE ITEMS MRS. LOU M. FEENEY IN MEMORY QF MABEL MARTIN Ehvood Harris, of Franklin, hns n Following n protracted illness, Mrs. Little Mabel Martin, daughter of hen 25 years old that lays nu egg n Lou Mi Feency, 07 years old, wife of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnt Martin, died on day. Captain John D. Fceney, for yenrs April 3rd, of n complication of trouC. C. HnRby, the Danville nttorney, chief of police of Richmond, but for bles, The pn rents have the smpathy win raise, laa ncrcs or tobacco this n number of years connected with of the community. year. the city health department of Lex- Dcnth hns robbed us of our darling, M. F. Lawrence sold to T. W. Jones ington in the capacity of sanitary Of the one wo loved so well. d n cow nt seven cents n dieil nt her home, Gil North Taken from this world of sorrow, pound. morning nt 4:30 Safely with Jesus to dwell. Ilrondwny, Friday J. A. Manning sold to Lutes & o'clock. d hog for 13 cents Lutes u The passing of Mrs. Feency re- Suffering grent, she bore it patiently, n pound. Dut her pains nrc over now. move from her family nnd circle of V. W. Johnson, of Hoyle, sold to friends one of the most nminhlo, She shall sleep, but not forever, nn Arknnsns party 03 Poland China motherly nnd womanly characters, of In the cold nnd silent grave. hogs nt $00. the community, whose kindly ChrisParents nnd Sisters. II. II. Hoiirno sold his fnrm near tian life endeared her to nil who Alum Springs, Hoyle county, to Lee knew her. An invalid for more than STREETS NEED OIL A. Kevins nt $72. three years, she bore her suffering The streets are vnrv ninrli In mni1 Henderson county farmers will with Christian patience and resigna; "; f curtail their tobacco crops nnd put (Ion. She was a native of Richmond. I.L'T!M," 1 Stanford soon "."?' . in more Irish potatoes. being the daughter of Thomas Rice, Grant Lorton nnd Jnck Kdwnrds, of thnt city, but for the Inst sixteen will not be ns delightful ns it otheraveraging yenrs she hnd been n resident of Lex- wise would bo. of Pulaski, sold 21 cnttlc l.UOO pounds nt $10.40. ington. Dr. John Cook sold tha Jersey cow Besides her husband, she is surthat he hnd advertised in the I. J. vived by two children one daughter. last week to Chnrles Salem for $05. Miss Elizabeth Rice Fceney, of this Hinkle & Hell sold nt Shclhyville city, and John D. Fceney, Jr., agent 18 Shorthorn, Holstein nnd Jor-ko- v for the Western Pncilic Knilrnnil rows to various nnrtica nt S.'U to Company nt Snn Francisco. She nlso '$125. leaves to mourn her loss five brothers OF Mrs. K. L. Herry, of the West End, nnd two sisters. Thev are Hon. Sam sold from her Single Comb Drown uel Rice, mnvor of Richmond; Judge Leghorn hens last week over $10 Henry Clay Rice and William Rice, worth of eggs. of the same citv; Joseph nnd Thomns At Harbison's stable at Shclbyville Rice, of Stanford: Mrs. P. M. Pope, AND court day 18 drnft horses were sold of Richomnd nnd Mrs. F. II. Carr, of at $125 to $225. Mulei sold nil the Lexington. way from $50 to $197.50. The funeral was held at the famD livers are offering 10 cents for ily residence Saturday morning nt 11 lambs but the farmers nrc holding o'clock, Rev. Mnrk Colli?, conductfor Better prices. Very few have ing the services, after which the body changed hnnds in this section. was taken to Richmond by nuto for In obedience n judgment of the Two hundred winter fed beeves interment. The pallbearers were Lincoln Circuit toCourt, nnd 150 spring stockers, sold by the rendered nt William, Henry, Joseph and the November term, 191G, in the ac,Gora5.K Rice. F. II. Carr and P. M tion of Mrs. Snllie Vnrnon, etc., nveraged sale Lexington Lender. Pope. against Mrs. Saliie Varnon's Trustee, the undersigned Commissioner A peculiar disease is causing the EAT WITHOUT FEAR Kentucky-Virginiwill on a loss of cattle nenr the INDIGESTION OR OF border. It effects the legs of the cattle, which swell to n large exSOUR, ACID STOMACH 1,117-poun185-poun- TELLS A STORY Capf, Lucas, Frankfort, When Little Willie i i Fee's $ As Fit As In Old Days, Gets the Tummy Ache! .puckcry persimmons or too much Jelly cake. Old' fashioned bclliakc is acute indigestion. Giv the sufferer a good big dose of casior oil and appry a hot water bottle to the spot of greatest paia MORGAN'S 'OLD HORSE THIEF J Morgan's radios, loved nnd lion orcd by everj man In the South and feared throughout the North la Uw days or 'CI, ere still remembered by their darln? raids Into the cry heart of the North. Thew men, olten riding day and night for v.eeks at a time, sparing nothing to aid the cause of Dixie, earned for themselves the famous The youngsters just will eat green apples or SALE Nine Room Metal Roof House Commissioners' You ought to have one of our guaranteed hot water oottlcs in your home ache and rheumatism, too. goods to be had. for neuralgia, tooth- Splendid Building Lots We carry the highest quality of rubber . i BaBBBasaVfi&avftaarf I Our castor oil in bulk or capsule and active as greased lightning. b as slick KrHlhomas The Lincoln Pharmacy J. W. ACEY, Proprietor DR. W. N. CRAIG, Pharmacl.t fcv 13. Sv- - .. " it I! rv v lx t May 5, 1917 tent. Jones & Cress bought 11 yearling ImUnt Relief! Diapeptin" beginning "Ppe' at 10 a. m., on the premsteers of James Messcr nt $35. They End Your Stomach Diitrett. ises, offer for sale nt public outcry shpped two of hogs SaturTry III to the highest and best biiVler, the day for which they paid 13 to 14 2 "VanDcveer Property" in the south cents. CAPT. MASON B. LUCAS. Wonder what upset your stomach ern suburbs of Stnnford, Lincoln ' S. J. Bell sold to N. H. Peel, of which portion of the food did the county, Ky., in the following subname of "Morgan's Raiders." They Nicholnsvillc, n ronn gelding for Car Cotton Seed Meal just arrived, price $45 don't do you know? gae tho flower of their jouth and $150. Mr. Dell bought of n Mr. Cain, damage If your stomach Well n re- divisions: is in bother. (1) Lot No. 9, of about G acres, strength to the cause dear to the of Casey county, 10 hogs volt: if sick, gnssy and upset, nnd containing n frame metal per ton. some of our Cremon Dairy Feed Eouth, and those of them thai are left at 11 2 cents. nte hns fermented nnd At George Long's farm in Fay- what you justhead dizzy nnd aches; roof dwelling, a barn and other outaro still remembered and loved In tie turned sour; buildings. ette. Free Lance, one of his great South and honored In tho Xofth. at $2.30 per 100 pounds. We have sold this eructate nnd acids Lots 10 inclusive. stallions, was killed in n fight with belch gases food; breatfi and tongue ...Ill(2) !..... 1... to 20. both ..1.. foul, Captain Lucas Popular. undigested ..!.l nu nun iii niuti Ralph, another good one, who was iiiiii Among these U Captain Mason D dangerously coated just take a little Papc's Cremo Dairy Feed all winter, and our people then ns a whole and the bid accepted wounded. ncidity and which realizes the greater sum. These Lucas, who is known throughout John L. Donaldson's farm of 271 in five to help neutralize beminutes vou wonder whnt lots range in size from nbout 2 to Franklin county as ' Uncle Mace." He ncres, five miles southwest of Shelby-villlike it very much. indigestion nnd distress. is now finishing hU second term as was sold to Clifford Walters nnd came of the men nnd women today 3 2 ncres. Millions of (3) Lots 1 to 8, both inclusive! County Jailer, and there Is no moro James Jones for $20,000. Immediate Viow that it is needless to have will then be sold separately and ns a widely known or popular citizen In possession was given. little Dinpepsin occasionalpurchased 7.000 ly keepsA the stomach sweetened and whole and the bid accepted which Cell Coleman all Krankfort or Franklin county. lots realizes the grenter sum. During the war he was Morgan's bushels of wheat for the Southern they eat their favorite foods without range in size from nboutThese to 1 right-hanman, and his friends love Mills nt Burcin at $2.25 a bushel. fear. 7 acres. . was to call hi in "Morgan's Old lloro The grain Camp bought from Glass & If your stomach doesn't take enre Lots 10 to 20 inclusive contain in I Glass, of Nelson. of your liberal limit without rebel- the nggregnte nbout 30 ncres nnd Thief," as ne was always given comNews comes thnt M. G. Reynolds, mand of foraglntf parties when they known to his friends here as "Bud," lion; if vour food is a damage instead lots 1 to 8 inclusive contain in the Stanford, Kentucky Phone No. 11 got past tho Union lines and were hns bought a fine alfalfa farm about of a help, remember the quickest, nggregnte nbout 20 ncres. had relief is Pane's siinwt. mint hnrmlrs Lots 10. 11, 12. 13, 11, nnd 15 200 miles from St. Johns, Kansas, Dinpepsin, in Northern territory. which costs only fifty 'fnce Somerset street with frontage i "Uncle Mace" is row "3 years old where he has lived for some time. a lnrge case nt drug stores. A. T. Traylor bought of Mr. Flan-er- cents for wonderful it stops fermen- ranging from 135 to 180 feet nnd' nnd not long ago ho felt that ho was of the Goshen section, a pair of It's trulynnd acidity nnd sets things nn nvernge depth of over W0 feet. ' setting into Uio class of old men. IJut tation Lots 1G, 17. 18, 19. and 20 face on now and says he Traylor sold tomules for $425. Mr. ytraight, so gently nnd easily that it he feels lino pike with frontage ranging " J. H. Baughman & is really astonishing. 31-- 1 believes he can straddle his horse Co., nbout 200 barrels of corn at $7 from 115 to180 feet nnd nn nver- F-E-E-from the giouud nnd mako as hard a n barrel delivered. age depth of over GOO feet. D-S BUY AT HOME BECAUSE Lot of nbout 7 acres fnce? "Cut-- 1 ride as he could in the days of '61. The sale of A. C. Carman nt his is n citizen Off" pike nnd reaches town branch home In telling tho ttory of how he got home on Danville avenue Saturday I Your town. merchant nnd has u tenement house of three I was well nttended and household nnd of vour toack his health he cald: He spends all the money he mnkes I Wc are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS "Some tune ago my stomach wen kitchen furniture sold well. The only in the town nnd surrounding country. rooms. 2, 3, 4, 5, nnd C, Lots nre to fare bacl: on mo, and I felt heavy and lossy live stock offered was a cow and calf He is a taxnnver and a contribu- a new 30 foot street leading to Som-ersDAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA went for $90 to of churches, after eitiwj I got so I couldn't sleep which Mt. Sterling courtCal Nevius.the tor to the PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. street at Mencfee and McRob Monday At well at night, and began to get a little Seattle mnrket was high as ever known schools nnd all public institutions. erts corner near old pond. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. Helps to build roads and bridges nenous My appetite wasn't what it with steers weighing from 500 to 900 Lots 7 and 8, fnce Somerset PURINA PIG CHOW Greateit Ho Grower. not only n taxes, but by personal in front of P. M. McRoberts andPtreet to bo either. I didn't seem to pounds selling at from 7 conused to 11 contributions. Theie Feedi are giving the belt retulU ponible. Place jour ortain nbout 2 I got worried ncres each, and cents a pound and heifers 7 to 9 ever get hungry. der today. Sold only ky his place of busiYou may A 40 foot street is to run from cents. Cows sold from 5 2 up and ness and seecall at exnmine the merdecided tu try Tanlac. and Menefee's corner on Somerset street high, many 7 bulls Mules were Sleeps Like a Baby. chandise before you make the pur- to "Well, sir, after taking' two bottles selling from $135 to $200 n head. chase and see just what you nre buy- lot;southwest corner of isW. P. Grinvs' a 40 foot street to run from There was considerable trading in ing, nlwnys having the privilege of of Tanlac my nppctlte is splendid. 1 this street between lots 7 and 8 on hogs at Stock Pen Phone No. 1 and 14 cents. Residence Phone No. 176 sleep Ilko a baby, and feel stronger high the sale13of Jerseys in Danville returning anything not satisfactory. one side nnd 2 to G inclusive on the I At You do not have to wait for days other to southenst corner of No. than I hive for yea's. by Josh B. Adams Monday the fol"Tanlac has dono me so much good lowing sales were made: Cow and and perhaps weeks before you get nnd from that point 30 fLet wide to You many entry it Somerset street; n 15 faot alley is to I felt like I wanted to help some calf to Tom Tucker for $01, black your purchase. that have it delivered run in rear of lots 2 to 0 ioclusive. one else and so I bought a bottle of cow to Frank Robinson, $11, black nway with you or very short time vour home in a The whole tract to be sold ns above Tanla' for an old war comrade of heifer and calf to J. D. Whitehouse at If responsible, during certain indicated is the southern .siibuibs mine Tanlar helped me and I am for $3G, heifer to Shell Johnson for months of the year, when crops or of Stanford, inLincoln ctutity, KenS43, cow to Thompson Incomp Rla'l to tell others about It." nre not available vour mer tucky; bounded on the norMi iy land cow to Wil of Broyles $01. It Is upon tho recommendation will extend ybu credit to tide of Mcnefee nnd St. saph Branch; chant for $0f, uch portions that Tanlac Is becoming son Alexander Alexander blemished you through the linanciai strain. piKO eusi uy "uui-u- n cow to Tilford and W. 1'. for $44, You cannot have a live, wide- Grimes; south by J. S. IWker and Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Lawn Mowers; buy universally popular. to springer to same for $39, heifer to awake town without live, progressive Mat Myers; west by Someot street J. D. Whitehouse $29, cow to Robert merchants, nnd cannot have this Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- Beddow for $03, heifer to Tilford nnd containing nbjut 17 ncres. now before they go higher. The object of the sale is for a reford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. Alexander for $30 and a cow to class of merchants unless you give them your patronage. investment of the proceeds. same for $70, cow to E. G. Bickley Coleman, Proprietor. You should buy from your home -TERMS: a will be on cow SEETan'ac can now be obtained in fol- for $.52, cow to Wilson Alexander merchant, for he is continually nt credit of six The sal The purchasersa months. to Robert Peter for $52, work Tying to secure for vou for $51, lowing nearuy cities: Moreland, Ab- cow to Ollie Hazclwood will be required to execute bonds for $50, merchandise nnd the very with good security, payable to the raham Minks; Hustonville. Adams cow to Robert Peter for $01, cow to for the Lincoln Trust Company, bearing G best McKinney, True & Co.f Ellis-bur- Wilson Alexander for $7G, heifer to price. that can be secured Bros.; per cent, interest from date of Rale Thompson & Price for $35, heifer to Joe McWilliams; Middleburg, By buying from vour home mer- until paid, having tho force and effect Robert Peter for $30, chant, you are enabling him to ndver-tis- e of judgments and secured by lien on W. C. Dryant; Crab Orchard, Lyne in the local newspapers and help- the property sold. Bros.; Krodhcad, John Robins; Lan- CLIP THIS AND PIN ing to maintain nn institution that is Krankfort Negroes held a patriDespite disavowal hy Gov. Stnn-loE. D. PENNINGTON. caster, R. E, McRobcrts; Bee Lick, ON WIFE'S DRESSER absolutely indispensable in the upthere is u strong rumor in I'rnnk-fo- rt otic meeting nnd adopted resolutions Matter J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. surround- edit Court.Commiitioner Lincoln Cir. building of the town nnd that n special session of tho Ken- pledging to enlist their services in live, A. Horton. Slaps showing the location of tho tucky General Assembly will follow the armies. Cincinnati Man Tells How To Shrivel ing country- - You cannot have good, without n rrogressive merhants Gov. Urumbnugh, of PennsylUp Corm Or Calluiet So They lots may be seon at court-houseach on the heels of the present extraore newspaper. live, SENSIBLE GIRLS THESE of tho Stanford banks and nt law dinary session for tho purpose of ap vania, issued a proclamation urging Lift Off With Finger propriating funds for Kentucky s the postponement of all labor disii A limit of $7 has been fixed as the The Lexington Chapter of the Red offices of P. M. McRoberts and J. B. share in the war on Germany. putes during the war. Ouch ! ? ! ? J ! That kind of rough Paxton. cost of the material in any dress to Cross Society, to make a fund for talk will be heard less here in town preparedness work, will hold n sale be worn by girl members of the 1917 if peoplo troubled with corns will folApril in and 21 Kvanswllu (Indiana) High School low the simple advice of this Cincin- on the 18, 19 20 Building of on Short the Trust Co. class at commencement. Tho young nati nuthority, who claims that a street. Lexington. The sale will conwomen at a meeting decided to prac- few drops of a drug called freezone sist of country supplies, antique furtice strict economy in graduation when applied to a tender, nching niture, jewels, pictures, flowers, dress, After fixing a limit of $7 for corn or hardened callus stops sore- plants, shrubs, ornaments, china and dresa they decided that none of them ness nt once, and soon the corn or many other desirablo articles. All the should receive flowers ut tho exer- callus dries up and lifts right off with- people of the community are requestcises. None of the girls will wear nn out pain. ed nnd cordially invited to uttend the He says freezone dries immediateevening dress to the senior reception. patrons of affair. A nnd ly and never inflames or oven irri- sale lunchbewill also be thefeature. a tates tho surrounding skin. A small light K. E. A. MEETING very little Harry Hill bought of George II. The session of the Kentucky Edu- bottle of freezone will cost positivent any drug store, but will Send your CLEANING and DYEING to us. Our cational Association will begin In ly remove every hard or soft corn or Furris a Jersey milk cow for $00. SERVICE is as CLOSE AS YOUR POSTMAN. Louisville April 20th, and continue callus from one's feet. Millions of MRS. KERN'S ADVICE American women will welcome this four days. These meetings are doing announcement since the inauguraOur Work is the BEST IN STATE. Send great things educationally, and every tion of the high heels. If your drug- To Weak, Nervous, n Women us a trial today. We Clean and Dye Everything. person in sympathy with the cause of gist doesn't have freezone tell him to Md. ''For a long So. Cumlerland, Education should try and attend. I order a small bottle for you. 31-- 1 time I suffered from a nervous breakdesks that all teuchors nnd trustees, down. I could not cut or sleep and was who can will attend this meeting CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS no weak I could hardly walk. My husHogs Receipts 5,500 head; slow. which promises to be one of the best Packers and butchers ?lG.O0(alU'5; band heard about Vinol and got me to try It. Now I huvu a good appetite, in the history of the association. to choice $9,000)15.20; sleep soundly and am well and strong. common The Kentucky Negro Educational pigs and lights $8. 00(a) 14.85; stags Evfry nervous, weak, woman 0 Incorporated Association will be held in Louisville $8.00 12.60. Cattle Receipts should try Vinol." Mrs. D. W. Kebsb. 617 Avenue Louisville, Ky. head; slow; steers $7,000)11.00; We guarantee Vinol to create a N)Lne samo time, and will be a great heifers $7.0010.C0; cows $5.75 (a) healthy appetite, aid digcetlon and w-- z meeting, u. aimjLib.Lun, upi. steady. $0.00fa)12.50. build up weak, 9.25. Calves women, deliWE NINE DIFFERENT STORES Sheep Receipts 100 head; steady, cate children mid feeble old people E. P Woods sold to Phelps Cobb a 97.uucaui.YD, Lambs steady, $10.00 yearling Shorthorn bull for MOO. 14.75. Tha Paaujr Drug Store, Stafford, Ky. Saturday, Cotton Seed Meal Try car-loa- 110-pou- Dia-peps- m .. 1 e, a. J. H. Baughman & Co. y, ! four-yenr-o- n Cut-Off- , 1 I -2 2. T. W. JONES seven-year-ol- d Ice Cream Freezers ld g. George H. Fanis y, e, wide-awak- "SWISS CLEANING and DYEING SAVES HALF THE BUYING" THE Bun-Dow- Swiss Cleaners, & Dyers Fourth OPERATE run-dow- run-dow- iiV L - VS. . A.